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An Intertexutal Analysis of Valadname, Resaleye Sipahsalar, and Manaqib al-'Arifin Based on Gerard Genette's Theory
Farzad Baloo1, Batool Mahdavi1, Hajar Agh1
1- University of Mazandaran
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In intertextuality studies, no text is assumed to be self-sufficient and any text serves its intertextual function for the preceding and succeeding texts. This study examines the intertextual relations in Valadnameh by Sultan Valad, Resaleye Sipahsalar by Fereydun-ibn-Ahmad, and Manaqib al-'Arifin by Shams-al-Din Aflaki drawing on theoretical concepts of Gérard Genette. It was found that Resaleye Sipahsalar and Manaqib al-'Arifin are under the influence of Valadnameh in terms of structure and content of the stories in explicit, non-explicit and implicit ways. It was also found that though Manaqib al-'Arifin, compared to Resaleye Sipahsalar, is more extensive in content and includes more unreal and fictional content, it has a higher status in terms of its story telling and literary value.

Keywords: intertextuality, Gérard Genette, Valadname, Resaleye Sipahsalar, Manaqib al-'Arifin
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Baloo F, Mahdavi B, Agh H. An Intertexutal Analysis of Valadname, Resaleye Sipahsalar, and Manaqib al-'Arifin Based on Gerard Genette's Theory. 3 2016; 1 (2) :87-114
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